A printer's product of type dimensions, equal to 12 points or about 1/6 of an inch.
An equivalent unit of composition dimension used in determining the proportions of outlines, illustrations, or imprinted pages.
A type size for typewriters, supplying ten characters into the inch.
An abnormal craving or desire for food for nonfood substances, such soil, paint, or clay.
A vitiated desire for food that craves what's unfit for meals, as chalk, ashes, coal, etc.; chthonophagia.
A size of kind.
A unit of measure comparable to 12 things.
A Roman Catholic solution book; a form of ecclesiastical schedule book.
Archaic form of pika. (little rodent)
The genus which includes the magpies.
A vitiated desire for food that craves what's unfit for food, as chalk, ashes, coal, etc.; chthonophagia.
A service-book. See Pie.
A size of kind next larger than small pica, and smaller than English.
A genus of oscine passerine wild birds associated with family Corvidæ and sub-family Garrulinæ, having an exceptionally long graduated tail, the nostrils covered with antrorse plumules, in addition to plumage iridescent grayscale; the magpies.
[lowercase] A bird associated with the genus Pica; a pie; a magpie.
In medication, a vitiated craving for what is unfit for food, as chalk, ashes, or coal.
Eccles., same as ordinal, 2 .
An alphabetical catalogue of names and things in moves and records.
A size of printing-type, about 6 lines to the inch, advanced between the sizes English (larger) and small-pica (smaller).
a linear unit (1/6 inches) found in printing
an eating disorder, frequent in children, which non-nutritional things tend to be consumed persistently